American Indian Law for Planners*
The purpose of this class is to provide a comprehensive understanding of American Indian Law for planners. The complex structures of tribal powers in relation to federal, state, local governments, and the ability for tribes to complete plans, land use regulations, and environmental regulations operate within the context of Indian Law. It is essential for tribal planners to have a strong understanding of key court cases, legal issues, and powers that frame how tribal governments and tribal planning work.
The tuition for this course is NOT in included in your 10-18 credit full time tuition. Click here for more information. Questions? Contact Eastern Online at 509-359-7380.
Instructor: Hill, Margo
Course Schedule: Spring 2012, Spring 2013
Spring 2013 CRN: 14332
Text Book Information
Canby Jr. American Indian Law in a Nutshell. 5th ed. 2009.